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Turner County Herald.
OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. PUBLISHED BY W. C. BROWN. Mkmbjcr of South Dakota Prkbs ASSOCIATION. TKKMS 91.G0 PES VRAB. Oats—No. 3 White—30c, "Corn—55c. 'V*"1"* In Advance. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Catholc—Services on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each mouth at 10:30 a. m. Christian doc trine class at 12 K)0 m., and Vespers and Benediction at 7:30 p. m., daily Mass at 8:C0 a. m. Services are held at CectreviUe on the2nd Sundry at each month and at Heresford on the 4tb Sunday. Very Kev. Dean Sheehan, pastor. Methodist EpiHCorxtr Services every Sun- dar at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. ra. Sunday school after morning services- prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30. Geo. i". Hopkins, pastor. RUBLKT LODOK NO. 75.1. O. O. F. Meets every Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock in I. O. O, F. hall. Visiting brothers are most •arnectly requested to attend. A.M. JUbmusskn,X. (}, C. M. PiKR, R. 8. "4- ti-.V: B.8. H'COOK POST, NO. 31,0. A. R, Meet Saturday evening preceding the full moon in each monthit 7 j. in., in (J. A. It. hall. TRAINS UOINU EAST. Pa/uenger Ko. 6 2-'00 l\ M. frditat No. 24 230 r. TRAINS GOING WEST. Paasencer No. S 12:47 P. M. Freight No. 25 11:05 A. M. Make through connection for Chicago and 8I«mi City. Yamkton trains ccnnect at Ccntreville with both morning And evening passenger. If. A. TiiBAf.L. Gen'I Ticket Agent. n. K. Wkusteb. Agent. HCKLET MARKETS li5&Sg & CORRECTED EVERY THURSDAY, PP ^TWheat—No. I Northern—50c. Wheat—No. 2 Northern—47c. ,, -Si1.!-\ Flax seed—-S1.20 p,.™™ *.Top hogs bring §4.15 todayf**^lSS Cattle bring from $.75 to 93.00 tfe! •i/ A ROMANCE OF PRONOUNS. It was evening. It was moonlight, it was late and it was fair. I was courting, 1 was happy, I was brave for she was there. She was pretty, she was blushing, she was will ing to be wed— He arrived and he objected. He was papa, so I fled. I returned. He was repentant She was coax ing her mamma He relented, and I thanked him aud forgave liim—dear papal Then ha blessed us. I was happy, while she blushed a rosy red, He was willing. She was willlnB:. I was will ing. We were wed. —Alex H. Laidlaw, .!r., in Vogue. PKKSONAL. Sheriff Stout was in town Saturday. ^Jos. Allien went to Yankton Tues day. Miss Lydia Elliott caucfe down from Parker Friday. Frank Withee was up from Yankton county last Saturday. W. H, Clark and wife drove down from Parker Thursday. F. S. Vaughan and J. T. HogaiTwere in Parker on business Friday. L. P. Flyger went to Beresford Mon day on acorn purchasing trip. B. B. Moss of Yankton was transact ing business in Hurley Wednesday. $gg Mrs. G. C. Gehon and daughter went' to Beresford Monday for a short visit. Mrs. Sibley Welch goes to Spencer. S. D.. today, where she expects to visit for several weeks. as. Hazlitt, formerly editor of the Marion Sentinel, was transacting busi ness in Hurley Saturday. Miss ESie Kinyon, who has been visiting with her sister, Mrs. H. S. Groves, for the past sixteen months, returned Tuesday to the home of her parents at St. Charles, ill. Hon. Jos. Allen returned home Sat urday after an absence of several months, during which time he has visited in Colorado, in England, and with the family of T, J. Fromer In Pennsylvania. Editor Wass of the CentervIlle Jour nal was in town Friday. From his re ports it is evident that some of the business men of Centerville will soon want to hire some one to take them in to aback alley and administer a well deserved kicking. Yankton Press, 15: Kev. Father Sheehan, of Hurley, dean of central Dakota, is in the city today shaking hands with a host of friends. He is gratified at the evidences of improve ment on all sides which have taken place since be reluctantly romoved from the Fountain city. -1 Money on hand To loan on land At Turner County bank, 't/ It. Alexander, of whom mention was made in these columns a month ago, as having disposed ot his farm and chat tels near llockham and who had gone to the vicinity of Norfolk, Virginia, on W inspection tour with a view of lo cating, returned to this section last week. He expressed himself as thoroughly satisfied that Dakota, with all its druwbacks, offers better advant ages than thst eection for farming. His opinions of that section are not Very flattering for immigration.—Iied fleid Journal. We have for sale a first-class safe, large size, at half value. If you want •safelet us know. This is a bargain. ALLEN'S AGENCY. Advertised Letters. List of letters remaining in postoffice »t Hurley, S. D. Oct. 1,1894. If not called for in 30 days will be sent to dead of DOMESTIC. Colt, D. W. Sorensen* 11. E. Karraci, Charles Koping, Charles Thompson, Marion Newton. Ulancb When calling for above please say **frertised," A. M. Basmussen, P.M. Turner County Herald and Chi cago Weekly Inter Ocean Only $1.50 a Yeftr. LOCAL MENTION. Subscribe for the Herald. Additional locals on fourth page. 13est Jine_of stationery at Pioneer drugstore, Finest stock of underwear in town at Kimberly's. The nicest line of confectionery at Pioneer drug store. It is reported that there is a large business deal on foot in Hurleyife Workmen are busy getting the ma chinery in place in the new mill. Heavy underwear of the best quality and at the lowest prices at Kimberly's H. H. llundell shipped eight cars of hogs and one of cattle during the past week. 13. B. Allen came home about sick last week, but is now able to be up and around. Tickets for "Ye Old Folke Concerte' can be secured at B. F, Vaughan's drug store. There is a big rabbit hunt on today, and of course will result in sport and rabbits *alore.nf IMl Bnilding and loan dues this .week. Don't torget them unless you want to pay the penalty. The Dun and Bradstreet agencies qoth report improvement in nearly all branches of business. htx&SiS&i Thus far November has been a cold, disagreeable month much moreso than is usual in this locality. llegular set vice is held at the Episco pal church every Sunday at 3:30, and all are invited to attend. The roof of the Odd Fellows building has been repaired, and it is hoped that no more leaking will occur. The Library Association Theatrical Troupe are practicing for the enter tainment which is to be given soon. The Herald will be printed Wednes day evening next week in order that the force can all enjoy Thanksgiving. The ladies of Grace (Episcopal) church will have a sociable at the home of Mrs. P. Allen Friday Eve., Dec 7th. Dr. Parkhurst, who tamed the Tam many tiger, may well be considered the most successful animal tamer of the day. The wages in the pineries this year, for those who are fortunate enough to strike a job, are said to be §1(3 a month and board. A number of farmers are shipping in wood to burn this winter. It comes over the Great Northern and is un loaded at Davis or Viborg. The readers ot the Herald "will soon have the pleasure of reading some of the information gathered by Hon. Jos. Allen during his recent trip., Kev. 3witt of Parser preaches his farewell sermon to the peopie of that town next Sunday. He has accepted a call at Woodstown, California, Dr. Sawyer's family cure cures stom ach trouble. Dr. Sawyer's family cure cures liver complaints, cures kidney difficulty. Sold by E. lirauch. While coming to school yesterday morning, George and Lilly Bacon fell from Mr. Perkin's wagon, the hind wheel of which passed over their bodies. ?P Zano cures mental and nervous debility. A trial will prove It- Zano cures nervousness. Zano cures nerv ousness. Zano cures. Sold by Emiel Braui sf The many friends of Oscar O. Sny der will be pleased to learn that he has been elected to the office of grand herald of the grand lodge of I. O. 0, F. of Nebraska. The library is open every evening ing and you can get books whenever you want them, ltemember that it is located in the photograph gallery, on Washington street. W. E. Allen has entered the employ of II. A. Jandt, Sioux City, and will busy himself the coming year selling dry goods, etc., to the retail merchants. We understand that Mrs. Allen and the children will take a trip to Oregon soon. If your subscription to the Herald is paid in advance and you want the Weekly Inter Oqean come and see us and we will see that you get it so cheap that it will surprise you. Kemember, the special offers are only for Herald subscribers and those who wish to sub sczibe. Tuesday morning opened warm and pleasant, but soon a bank of clouds ap peared in the northwest and the wind came down at a forfy mile gait, bring ing dust, ltussian thistles and chunks of chilliness, making the day one of the most disagreeable of the season. The wind subsided in the afternoon and the cold inci eased. Now that the long winter evenings are at hand it is a good time to arrange for a system of reading, that the time may be passed both pleasantly and pro fitably. One important feature of the program will be the selection of the best obtainable newspapers, for of course everyone will want to be posted on the happenings of the day. To meet this demand the manager of this paper has arranged to furnish that greatest of all great metropolitan newspapers, the Chicago Weekly Inter Ocean, and the Turner County Herald for 9l.60||p A Cincinnati man describes for a re porter of the Enquirer, of that city a novel sight he saw rcently at a mill devoted to making pine tree pulp. "I was invited to select a tree, which I did and it was cut down for me in the morning. 1 watched it during the day undergoing the various processes of papermaking, and at six o'clock that evening the tree was paper. At mid night a portion ol' it was sufficiently dry to be taken to a printing office and a few of the copies of the next morn ing's paper were printed on the pro duct."—Inland Printer. *vf|S§ Try Mikado tea at Ferguson's. Don't forget to call on "ye olde folkes" at town hall tomorrow evening. For Sale Cheap—A good in. Mo* line wagon, almost new. Enquire of E. lirauch. The mill on the hill made a trial trip Tuesday on feed grinding, Jerry Murphy getting the first grist. President Meredith and Prof. Walsh have resigned their respective positions in the Baptist college at Sioux Falls, Monday morning the weather had a decidedly wihtery appearance, ther mometer only seven degrees above zero and snow in the air. The paper hangers are at work put ting the finishing touches on the Interi or of J. II. Farnsworth's house. Judging from the advertising col umns of the Beresford News, business must be mighty lively down that way. The entertainment to be given at town hall tomorrow evening will be a unique aud very enjoyable affair, aud you cannot afford to miss it. Diseases unfriendly to women are positively cured by Dr. Sawyer's Pastil les. Ask your druggist for a free sample package. It heals and cures. E'Brauch. This weather reminds you that it is heavy underwear that you want. Kim berly has just received one of the larg est and best stocks ever received in Hurley. That stock of millinery at Mrs. Kob inson's is catching the eyes of all in want of articles in that line, and her prices are in keeping with the times Don't fail to call and examine. O. B. Gray left Monday for Tennes see and other southern states. He went over the Great Northern to Sioux Falls and there joined a lot of excursionists who were headed for the south.—Len nox Independent. a Irene News: J. E. Loucks' stock in voiced at 95,197.83. All accounts against the firm are not yet in but in case the goods are sold by the sheriff there will not be more than enough to pay the creditors. Do not neglect to take advantage of the offer by which you can get the Weekly Inter-Ocean free for une year. Those who renew their subscriptions to the Herald and lay down the cash, as well as all new cash subscribers, are included in this offer. §1,50 pays for both papers. One of the next acts will be the de struction of the Turk-ey, and all the republican newspaper boys are entitled to a good plump one, that they may re turn thanks. And it might not be amiss to let the democratic and popu listic brethren have one, too, as they were unable to take any part in the "rooster" feast this year. Irene News: While Drs. Stewart and Linda hi were out driving Monday, their team, laboring under the impres sion that this is a land of the free, showed their rights in a burst of speed that made the Doctors yearn for the comforts of home. Two wheels and some tooth picks was all that was sav ed from the wreck. No one was in jured. Since the breaking up of the land around Swan LaKe a large amount of mud has accumulated in the bottom of that body of water, caused no doubt by the washing of rains and the carrying by winds of the loose soil from the plowed ground, and it is only a ques tion of time when a considerable por tion of what Is now the lake will be in a fit condition for cultivation. Sioux Falls Press: Turner county's work in the campaign will increase her vote in the next republican state con vention 50'per cent. This is pretty good work, and the repubs of Turner ought to feel proud of the results ac complished. An increase from twenty one to thirty.oue delegates makes Turner show up in the line of the big counties. Hurley cast 160 straight out of a total of 203, and the country pre cinct of Childstown cast 76 straight out of 86 Ladies—The druggist named below will give you a free sample package of Dr. Sawyer's Pastilles, which cures dis eases peculiar to women. E. Brauch. YE ANTIQUE MUSICAL Take warning alle ye goode People! This is writ to let ye people know of ye GREAT CONCERTE By ye olden folks will be holden on ye 23-day-of-November MDCCCXCIV, at ye Olden timed Towne Halle in ye towne of Hurley South Dakota YE PART ONE. 1. A Pious Songe. All ye Menno and Women Singers. 2. Ye Sacred Anthem 6. Farewell View. hm- Ye Baptist Choir. 3. Recitation: George Washington Slow (him as is a parson.) i. Ye 4 Parte Tune. Ye Big 4 (worldly) Quartette. 6. Wedding Cerimonie— ie Beautuui Bridal party and ye ltector from Chicago. 6. Recitation.—Temperauce— Ann Stirabout (a fair inaideu.) 7. Ye UooUlU time on ye ancient fiddle. Josiah Longfellow. \l YK PARTE TWO. 1. Ye Worldlie Melodie. Menneand Women Singers. 2. Ye 3 Parte tune. Aunt Polly Jaue Wiggius. Obediah Bartlot and Timothy Thistledown. 3. A Heiure of Japan. 4. A 5 Parte Song. Samantha Pettingiil, Praiseworthy Tuttle. Isrial Hosana HobkluS Sliadrac Obeduego Storms aud Betsey Ann Joyful Roberts. g&ffi 5. Ye 1 Parte Song. ^«-w .sh* George Washington Slow. SOMETHING NEW IN HDltLEY.^ We have put in a fresh stock of Staple Groceries which will be sola to meet all competition, for cash only. We have Shoes, Rubbers, Felt lioots, Mittens, and all kinds Q.f patent Medi cines which will be sold regardless of value or cost. Come and get them at your own price. Meals and lunches at all hours-.. Oysters a specialty. .Board by the day or week, and four pood rooms for lodg ers, at G, C. Gehon's old stand. if Stf in The Salem Special has been reduced from a 6-col. quarto to a 5-col. quarto, which makes a saving of about 4 galleys of type each week. There will doubt less be many chaDges made by news paper publishers during the next few months. Advertising is scarce, and cash subscriptions are fewer this fall tt:in ever before, and expenses must be reduced to the very lowest notch possible. It is also quite hkely that some of the newspapers now being pub lished will take a "lay off" until times are better. A good story is told on Joseph La iiarge who wei\t to Tennessee two weeks ago. Joe went with his stock and machinery in a box car and when he arrived at his destination he was dirt begrimmed, which together with his dark complextion, made him look quite black. When he was getting out of the car he was met by a portly negro wench who accosted him thus: "Hello, sahl" "Hellol" returned Joe. "Am all dehosses and machinery you's'?"she asked. "Yes." "Why, you am de richest nigger I eber seed," she replied. —Lennox Independent. The increasing use of typesetting ma chines, says Inland Printer, and the general business depression are pro ductive of unusual distress in the ranks of the compositors. During the last nine months Typographical Union Ko. 6 of New Tork has disbursed among its needy members more than §25,000 rais ed by assessments on the wages of its employed members. This union has a membership of more than 5,000 and the assessment, which is 5 per cent on all sums earned in excess of $10, amounts to about $1,500 per week. VOLUME XII. HURLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 22. 1894. NUMBER 31. /ill VW SUBSCRIBE Inducements! Two Papers for the Price of One. A chance to secure Interesting and Profita fBgble reading such as was never before-.. ^^^Hpresented to^the people of Turner County. AND TnE TURNER (XUNTY$HERALD? ONE YEAR y? -V FOR ONLY SECURE YOUR WINTER READING NOW. By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer that Best of all metropolitan newspawers, the Chicago Weekly Inter Ocean, and the Turner County Herald for one year at the subscription price of the Herald alone—$1.50. THE INTER OCEAN- is the largest and best metropolitan paper published. In its columns will be found a complete resume of the news of the world, besides a vast amount of miscellaneous matter, sharp, able editorials, brisk paragraphs on general matters, full market reports—in a word, it is an accurate mirror of the world's doings. THE TURNER COUNTY HERALD will be found a faithful reflex of Turner County happen ings. In its columns will appear all the local news of gen eral interest, accurate market reports, editorial and news items, and a large amount of general miscellany. The Two Papers Together for the 1 Price of the Herald.---8B1.50 and secure the best reading matter obtainable, get this unparalleled offer. rSUBSCRIBE NOW t. -.c t- 1 Ti a! C. J. BACH, /'resident. r,i HURLEY, ni -i iiucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt liheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup tions, and positively cures Files, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refund ed. I'rice 25 cents per box. For sale by E. Brauch, druggist. »D. D. HAGGARD, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, u-nrley, South Dakota. OBice one door east of VauRhan's Drug Store. Bcsidence one door east of Commerciri Hotel. Clias. II. Godtlard, ATTORNEY yV* Slfi igtSs^Ptl '^IglggPff *0? The Chicago Weekly Inter Ocean -IKvC' j. & **•$ Si ii si ill a- I Don't JU-.<p></p>DON'TpTORGET Thati. Special bale Closes on Dec. 7 at FERGUSON'S. BANK, OF HURLEY. ORGANIZED 1892, E. BliAUCH, "Vice-president. I'ETEB ALLEN, Cashier. A. W. HAKPER, Ass't Cashier. -wt '••J2S& DOES A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. S. GRAVES M. D. Physician and Surgeon. Calls promptly attended on Center Avenue. COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY. AT j. Otiice and residence HURLEY SOUTH DAKOTA. LAW, NOTARY PUBLIC. nuRi.EY, sovra dakotA. Office over Turner County Bank. .V« SOUTH DAKOTA. J. H. GALLAGHER, E N I S HHllfirley, ^^^South Dakota. Office and residence 2d door north of Photo graph Gallery. omce hours from 0 a. m. to 4 p. m. Will be at Davis Wednesday, Viborg Thurs day, and Irene Friday of each week. .URLEY DRAY UNE, D. C. WARD, Proprietor. -(-V All Orders Promptly At- attended to and GOODS CAREFULLY HANDLED. fffift rilinlr ipii iiPiiSlf MM,tp# WStm Rents Collected, *'ty. e* t- At our Agency you will always it-s mmmsmm. GO TO MMMM OF V* 4 fa «SI§§|p 1 H' L**ii hf ^(.9 14, jj#- tx!a -r» .SSfe iSSfi 'vtm* Hurley, S. $i£'Cr 1 "Keystone" Corn Hissker and Fodder Cutter, Husks the corn and cuts cr shreds the etalks into the best feed known.' Made In 3 elzes, for steam or hcrse power. Hundreds are In use by engine owners for job work, and by large and small farmers. .... Cet the free book, "The Croat Leak cn tho Form." SOLD BY ELLIOTT & BACH,® Hurley. IFallejkps age no REAL ESTATE, Insurance, Loans, Steamship Tickets. [NOTARIAL AND CONVEYANCING BUSINESS. 1 ao f" r*. j-,? J. Taxes Paid, S Combined, 1 KEYSTONE HF8. CO., Sferiing, !SI. St*' fJ.H.QUEAi!&CO'S I FOU I". M. SLAGLE A sttss •F&t* -Kj -333 tjk $$ LumberP? Lath,. Shingles, Fence Lath Adamant, and all Materia in their Line. They have Prices that cadi be boat, and Grades to correspond with their Prices Dome and look at the lumber and get pri 5 ces, it will cost you nothing. -DEALERS IN- L-U-M-B-E-R. Xjime, Cement, Stucco and. Fence Posts. COMBINATION .PK5KET AND WIKE FENCE.- HARD AND SOFT COAL. to 9 9 9 to 9 Abstracts "Furnished. *&£ in. W'h/rr. '. V-* HURLEY, TURNER COUNTY. SOUTH DAKOTA: f: •ej staff The Best Insurance Companies? The Best Bargains in Real Estate:'3 The Best Rates on Steamship Tiekets. The Best Equipped Office for Conveyancing Business. Office in Bank of Hurley building. fyn aSd we J. fe P. ALLEN. .V. HANS A. S0RENSEN, HLivery, Feed, and Sale Stable. tic-' ^-1 r. Good teams with, or without drivers at moderate prices. Stable SOUTH of Commercial Hotel. r:C0. E. S.HENRI0HS, Manager. CfCFSKINNER, UnrleYs S. 33., I'iiO LJKlETQlt OF Highest Casli iPrice Paid for Live Stock. Turner County Market